Staphylococci Beware

‘Your Inner Rhino’ assumes that our Readers would like an acknowledgement of Sir Alexander Fleming, who discovered Penicillin 90 years ago, today. It has helped many ailing people over the years, dealing with bacterial infection.

Rhinos do not have medicine in the Wild, not as you know it. Ours is all about herbs, timing, and endurance: all Natural. It works for Us- because it must.

We congratulate Sir Alex for saving the day, over and over again.


a radish by any other name

Here at “Your Inner Rhino” We get many requests for Vegetable Recommendations. We hate to disappoint, but We eat so many different plants! And our system is dictated by scent, not nomenclature.

Besides, We don’t see any species of plant as a solitary plant. We catalog plants by their age and consequent flavor profile. Plants sprout, mature, flower, fruit, go to seed, etc., each phase involving a new savory distinction.

We bring all our critical faculties to Dining Science. Our system is to nibble, and if that goes all right, then to consume as much as the situation or our disposition allows. Then We are ready for the Next Course.

Who Knew?

Today, in 1499, Sr. Vicente Yanez Pinzon, a Spanish adventurer, discovered Brazil. A few days later he landed at the red X. He also sailed a bit up the Amazon. A busy fellow.

However, due to prior treaties, he could not claim the land for Spain, so Portugal got it. Probably frustrating, but that was just too bad for everybody, except Portugal.

Rhinos wonder if the discovery of a strange Ship offshore was interpreted as a ‘Discovery’ by the Brazilians. It seems unlikely to Us that Discoveries should work only one way.